LAFAYETTE — During the two-year hiatus from the International Festival, some local businesses have grown, including Preservation Press on Vermilion Street, an art gallery specializing in hand-pressed plants.
“We are happy to be part of the downtown community and have a lot more space and that has really helped our production,” said owner Hannah Castille.
Castille’s goal isn’t just to promote its product this week, it’s more concerned with embracing different cultures outside of the windows, while welcoming new ways of life.
“To meet new people and introduce them to the art form, not too many sales figures, at least for me personally. I feel like even our clientele to this day, it’s really hard for them to understand the detail that goes into a lot of our work and then understand or understand the concept of art form.”
The daily process of preserving greenery is long and tedious, but visitors from near and far can experience their special body art this weekend.
“Being able to bring something small to the audience is part of what we do, but it’s in your face and I think it’ll just be exciting for everyone to be here and really see what it’s like. preservation. “
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